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Tinnitus, TV help

I suffer with Tinnitus but I don't wear a hearing aid daily. 

If I watch Virgin on the GO , I am able to hear through bluetooth ear pods, so I find the volume doesn't have to be excessive.  

However when I'm at home using my own TV the volume creeps up and when there are others at home, I relinquish control of the remote and give up really hearing any of the commentary.  

Is there anyway I can attach bluetooth ear pods to my Tivo box which will allow me to hear the TV without my family going deaf because it is so loud. To me it seems obvious with today's technology.

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Re: Tinnitus, TV help

Easily done if you want to invest in a piece of kit

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Golvery-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Headphones-Supported-Black/dp/B01NH58CCX/ref=...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/AmazonBasics-Digital-Optical-Audio-Toslink-Black/dp/B00L3KO5WK/ref=mp_s_a_1...

 

Plug the optical cable into the tivo and into the transmitter and pair it with your headset 

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Re: Tinnitus, TV help

You have just made my day, fantastic that investment is a small cost really. Not too technically clever so hope once I get it I can to work. Thank you so much
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